Divyesh Mehta

Department of Prosthodontics & Crown and Bridge and Implantology, Manav Rachna Dental College & Hospital, India

Publications

  • Review Article   
    Multidisciplinary Approach in Full Mouth Rehabilitation
    Author(s): Tanaya*, Pankaj Dhawan, Piyush Tandan, Shivam Singh Tomar and Divyesh Mehta

    Mutilated dentition due to caries, tilted, drifted, rotated or malpositioned tooth results in compromised esthetics, alteration in phonetics and difficulty in mastication and thus handicapping a person physically and esthetically leading to disruption of one’s everyday life. To improve the patient’s condition complete dentistry concept is required. This is only possible when optimum health of stomatognathic system is maintained by restoring anatomic form, functional harmony and occlusal stability. For this purpose, it is the duty of a restorative dentist to rehabilitate patient’s full mouth. Full mouth rehabilitation (FMR) is correlation of all indicated and required dental treatment for a patient in order to restore the occlusion to normal function, improve esthetics and preserve tooth and its supporting structure. Functional and esthetic rehabil.. Read More»
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